Claire Tabouret – I am spacious, singing flesh
|Author||H. Cixous; K. Weir|
The remarkable survey exhibition curated by Kathryn Weir in which this new monograph is based explores multiple transformations: of self, other, collective identities, struggle, release, refuge. A powerful and unexpected dialogue is created with a number of vernacular devotional objects drawn from archaeological and liturgical collections in Italy, invoking an ambivalent threshold in Tabouret's practice, a portal into multiple temporalities and subjectivities through which to consider alternative relationships amongst human beings, and between human beings and their environment, in the face of ecological and social crises and in communication with the supernatural.
|116 p, ills colour, 21 x 28 cm, hb, French/English|